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Privacy policy

The Canadian Future Party (CFP) values your privacy and wants to explain how we handle your personal information. You can find our privacy policy at


What is "Personal Information"? Personal information is details about you that can be identified, like your name, address, phone number, and financial information.


How Do We Get Your Information?

We collect information from different sources. Some comes directly from Elections Canada, like the List of Electors. We also get data from public sources and through activities like door-to-door visits, phone calls, and text messages. You may also share information when you:

  • Visit our website

  • Subscribe to our emails, newsletters, or text alerts

  • Register at events or conventions

  • Fill out forms, either online or on paper

  • Share information through petitions

  • Friends or volunteers may also share your information if they think you'd be interested in joining the Canadian Future Party.


What Information Do We Collect?

We collect contact details, donation information, financial information for processing donations, and any information you share about your voting preferences or issues.


How Do We Use and Share Your Information?

We use your information to communicate about CFP, share news, and process contributions. We won't use your information for anything not mentioned here unless required by law. For example, we must share donor information with Elections Canada. We might also share information internally with other party groups or with third-party providers for tasks like donation processing or analytics, with privacy protections in place.


How Do We Protect Your Information?

We take the security of your information seriously. We use physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to prevent unauthorized use, sharing, loss, and theft. Our security practices are always improving to keep your data safe.


How Can You Update Your Information or Unsubscribe?

You can update or correct your information by emailing us at or writing to us. If you're an email subscriber, you can unsubscribe by clicking "Unsubscribe" at the bottom of our emails.


Anti-Spam Legislation:

Most of our messages are exempt from Canada's anti-spam law. We follow the law, get consent for applicable messages, and provide unsubscribe options.


Logging IP Addresses and Use of Cookies:

We may log IP addresses for technical purposes and use cookies for analyzing website traffic. You can adjust your browser settings to control cookies.


Links to Other Websites:

Our website has links to a few other websites, but we're not responsible for their content or privacy policies.


Contact Us for any privacy policy questions or concerns, you can email our privacy officer at

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